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identified as 48-year-old diane saul van of san francisco. investigators are still trying to figure out how the crash happened. >> we are still interviewing witnesses and going over video footage so we can put the investigation together. >> reporter: sullivan was taken to a local hospital where she died a short i'm later. the cement truck driver is cooperating with the investigation. they do not believe that alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash. >>> now to that blizzard blanketing much of the northeast. the storm clouds have moved out and we are looking at the numbers. a staring 40 million people have been impacted by the storm. more than 650,000 people have lost power in 9 states. so far, the storm is being blamed for nine deaths, including an 11-year-old boy overcome by carbon monoxide poisoning as he sat in a running car. some parts of the northeast saw over three feet of snowfall. cps alescbs's reporter marley falls says that residents are taking time to clear it out. >> reporter: several state have lifted travel bans and airports reopening. but it's taking a lot of work. >> every
. the victim has been identified as 48-year-old diane sullivan of san francisco. the investigators are still trying to figure out how the crash happened. >> we're still interviewing witnesses and trying to get video footage so we can put the investigation together. >> sullivan was taken to a local hospital where she died. the cement truck driver is cooperating. they don't believe alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash. >>> well, the 9ers may have lost the super bowl last sunday but the bay area is still basking in world series glory. in fact, spring training starts tuesday. anne makovec was there where thousands greeted the champions. >> it's a fantastic day. >>> reporter: the lines started forming last night and grew to more than five blocks long for the morning all for the chance to see the giants in person. >> take the mindset as no one wants to shine brighter than the other. we all shine at one time or another. >> reporter: the world series trophies were shining as props for fan photos. >> i wanted to touch one. but they wouldn't let me. >> repo
ordinarily be rush hour in topektopeka, right, gin? >> reporter: diane, i'm here in kansas where they have declared a state of emergency, and yes, this is downtown topeka, main roads, nobody on them. big piles of snow, still very
. >> you can have college for free. >> diane dodge is director of the east bay college fund which awards its own scholarships and helps students find others. >> it is very possible for many students to have the complete college education paid for. >> diane shows us some of the thousands of scholarships listed online. many are being awarded reit now and yet many will go unclaim. >> thousands of thousands of dollars are left on the table every year because people did not apply. didn't know about it. didn't spend the ten minutes to actually fill out the form. >> hundreds of company and town dabs offer grants often for very specific types of students. >> someone who is a child of someone who is involved in coal mining. there are farm workers children scholarships. there are scholarships for people who went to prom in duct tape. >> sure enough a scholarship by the duct tape company. awarded to students who made a prom outfit out of duct tape and may have a future in design. >> for carlos applying was a lot of work but the reward will last a lifetime. >> you might have fear. put yourself out t
-old valentino often works with diane carter, a mother, a grandmother, who comes to monroe five days a week to work with these kids, all unpaid. at least not in dollar bills. >> i see them and they're all, hi, there is miss diane! they coming up, give me a hug and stuff. >> reporter: it's a special relationship that makes the learning fun and effective. >> i know that she is going to help me. >> reporter: the goal is to improve critical reading skills like comprehension and sorting out tough new words. >> whenever i'm with them, they make me feel special. >> reporter: it's win-win, from discovering new favorite books -- >> i like to read the cat in the hat. when i read a book about a fighting dog. >> reporter: --to finding a role model. and that's why monroe elementary school here in san francisco is this week's -- >> "cool school"! yeah! whoo! >> liz was there for i think about four hours. she couldn't leave. >> that program is called experience corps and they serve 17 different schools in san francisco and oakland, as well. they could use your help.
-old diane sullivan of san francisco. investigators are still trying to figure out how the crash happened. >> we're still interviewing witnesses and trying to get video footage so we can put the investigation together. >> sullivan was taken to a local hospital, where she died a short time later. police say the cement truck driver is cooperating with the investigation. they don't believe alcohol or drugs were factors in the crash. >>> the 9ers may have lost the super bowl but the bay area is still basking in world series glory. spring training starts tuesday. anne makovec was at the giants fanfest today where thousands of fans turned out to greet the 2012 world champions. >> it's a fantastic day as a giants fan and super day for me. >>> reporter: the lines started forming last night and grew to more than five blocks long for the morning all for the chance to see the giants in person. >> take the mindset as no one wants to shine brighter than the other. we all shine at one time or another. >> reporter: the world series trophies were shining as props for
. >> and there will be a separate tea party response from senator rand paul. diane sawyer and i will anchor the coverage of the state of the union at 9:00 p.m. eastern, 6:00 pacific. >> should be an interesting night, george. >>> we're going to turn to the vacation nightmare. the carnival cruise ship that has been stranded in the gulf of mexico. instead of trying to go to mexico, the ship trying to get to a port now in mobile, alabama. matt gutman has the latest on the story. >> reporter: for the thousands of people aboard, another day aboard a cruise ship where life is not a vacation. the decision overnight to tow the crippled "triumph," seen in these new photos, to alabama, could be making a brutal voyage even worse. and for the first time, we are hearing from passengers aboard that stricken ship. >> there's no lights, no water. we can't flush. some people were able to shower. >> reporter: conditions are getting worse by the hour, debra rightmire texted abc news. cabin carpets are wet with urine and water. toilets are overflowing inside our cabins. we're having to sleep inside the hallways. onion and
:00 tonight on south san jose. kimberly terry joins us with the latest. kim? >> reporter: diane, police say both of victims in this case are teenagers. i'm going to step out of the way so you can see the active investigation here. the shooting happened close to story and mclaughlin. when they arrived here they found two people shot. one of them died at the scene. the other was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. >> we're still connecting whether or not this is -- may have been the involved in a gang-related incident. those things are still being connected and put to the. has not been resolved as of yet. >> reporter: police say they have not made any arrests and are in the process of locating and interviewing witnesses. the crime scene on audubon drive is right against the rf kennedy elementary school. multiple shots fired tonight. detectives are combing through the area looking for evidence and anything that may be able to help them with this investigation. police say if you have any information about this shooting they do want to hear from you so you can contact san j
divorce announcement from diane lane. plus mario and maria's mystery makeouts, what the -- >> "extra, extra!" [captioning made possible by warner bros. domestic television distribution/] >> hey, everyone, welcome to "extra" here at the grove, i'm mario lopez. >> i'm maria menounos. at oscar headquarters, the dolby theater in hollywood. the red carpet is down, seth mcfarlane is putting the final touches on his script, an we have all the last-minute secrets touches on his script, an we have all the last-minute secrets from
. >> if diane sawyer asks, you didn't see me. ♪ >>> thunder road. >> there we go. >>> consumer reports has ranked the top ten cars and it is not too good news for detroit. >> abc's marci gonzalez shares the results. good morning, marci. >> reporter: good morning. the consumer reports list just came out yesterday, and there were some surprises. honda is back. topping consumer reports top car picks for 2013 after being left off the list last year. >> it got some of the mojo back. >> reporter: honda roared back with three winners, the accord, odyssey and crv. but missing from this year's list are any american manufacturers. >> one thing that hurt the americans for our list is they are redesigning their pickup trucks this year and nothing scored really well. >> reporter: and trucks matter, because they're still in high behind, boosting average u.s. car sales by 14% this year. >> people go into the dealership thinking they want a fuel efficient smaller car. what they're finding out is that the big suvs and crossover vehicles, which are still the dominant portion of the market, are getting good
led by diane feinstein wanted to know if he agreed the use of waterboarding. he previously said he believed those techniques led to getting information that saved lives. but now he said he opposes it. >> it never should have been employed. >> reporter: he defends the use of drones to attack terror suspects. he said they are uses against threats and not as pay back. democrats cost that he will be confirmed. from could be a vote after that. reporting live in washington. >> the president meanwhile is among those scheduled to speak at the farewell ceremony later today. the 74-year-old will be honored for his years of public service. he said he is looking forward to returning to private life on his family's wall nut ranch. the president nominated chuck hagle to replace him but that nomination hasn't been voted on by the senate. >> going back to the continuing coverage of the search for accused gunman christopher dorner. investigators are going over the manifesto he posted on his facebook page. he addressed to america and he called it last resort. he said that he doesn't fear death, b
near at&t park around 9:30 yesterday morning. police say 48-year-old diane sullivan was riding her bike near third and king streets when she was hit by a seem truck that. crash happened in front of thousands of giants fans who were heading into the stadium for fan fest. . >> i heard a big boom. i see her laying down. >> police say two nurses who were nearby rushed to help sullivan but she later died at the hospital. the cement truck driver stayed at the scene and is cooperating with police. >>> a fatal crash on 80 in richmond is also under investigation. it happened near the karlson boulevard exit yesterday afternoon. the highway patrol says a 23-year-old man from hayward died after his car hit the center divide and a few cars before rolling cell several times. >>> authorities in tan tan say a man is in custody on suspicion of setting a fire that left a family of five homeless. crews responded to the 1900 block of deodar avenue just before noon yesterday. firefighters say the one alarm fire caused about $75,000 in damage. the red scros helping the family who lived there with housing. po
's not connected to sequester, and nor does it mean those teachers are losing their job. and we just spoke to diane young, and she also said what the secretary said is not on point. it's not really clear nor is it accurate. what she said is they're waiting on word from the federal authorities about head start money, which may or may not be part of this whole equation, and they haven't heard from the federal government, so they may, in fact, have to get rid of some teachers, simply because they're not hearing from the federal government about a routine matter, routine financing for their district, so they have to plan and that's the only thing they can do right now. we'll have to find out more from that district and others about when, how, and if these forced budget cuts are going to effect them. but the indication right now is from the department of education, that they don't really seem to know, or at least they haven't been able to point out a clear, clear example of what the secretary was claiming today. wolf? >> tom, thanks very much for that explanation. in these battles that are underway, ove
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